Whoever you are, wherever you are in your journey of faith, you are welcome at Community Christian Church of Marana

Prayer Knot

Prayer Knot

on Sundays we have a weekly prayer group, called “Prayer Knot,” using “Zoom”. We start at 10 am, and go for 30-45 minutes. Please email pastor@maranadisciples.org for the link and password each week.

Tithe and Offering

Tithe and Offering

You may be wondering how you can give to the church during this time. Here are a few options: You can mail us your tithe to P.O. Box 26, Marana, Az. 85653; You can click the green "Give" button below or the "Donate Online" button in the menu; or you can stop by the office during business hours. Thank you for your continued support.

Re-Gathering

Re-Gathering

Starting August 9th we will be having two services. There will be a 7am outdoor service in the south parking lot, and a 9am indoor service. At the 9am indoor service face mask will be mandatory and seating will be limited and will be a first come, first serve basis.

Looking Forward, Looking Back

The following is a slightly edited letter sent out to our members and other friends who contributed financially to the mission of our church this past year.  But in addition to some financial news, it serves as a brief review of 2019 and a look forward into 2020. Enjoy!

“Greetings!  I hope 2020 has been good for you so far.  In any case, the Lord is good, and I pray you are continuing to put your trust in Him!  Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.  (Proverbs 3:5-6)

Go And Do

“Go and Do.”  

In the last entry, back in October 2019, I wrote about an invitation and attitude of Jesus that was prevalent throughout his ministry; His was a “come and see” ministry.  He was invitational, and He calls us today to be invitational as well. Church is not an exclusive club, but an inclusive community. “Come and see!”

I also mentioned, at the end of the entry: “Stay tuned for the next entry, two weeks from now, on the second invitation of Jesus.”  Well, that was the longest two weeks of my life! It’s now January 2020, and as can happen, time got away. I wound up leading five memorial services soon after October ended, and helping minister to the families whose loved ones had passed away. 

“Come and See”

We currently are in the middle of a Sunday series called “Coming and Going.” It is based on a
book by Robert Schnase called Five Practices of Fruitful Congregations, but more importantly,
based on two important invitations of Jesus.

The first invitation is when he told some people who were wondering where He was staying
(and, more than that I believe, were wondering about HIM), “Come and see.” One of those
men was Andrew, who became the first of Jesus’ disciples. Andrew must have been impacted
by those words, because in the gospel accounts we have of Andrew, he was often bringing
people to Jesus – in other words, to “come and see.”